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How to Make Wild Game Burger

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Published on Feb 7, 2011

How to Make Wild Game Burger is made for the Hunter and the do it yourself family! This basic instruction is easy, safe and fun! Now you can hunt with a new perspective on simply feeding your family safe, quality wild meat. Keep a good supply of herbs and spices in stock. If you hunt a lot and bring home the meat, now you can do even more with your own processing and blends of spices, herbs and meats.

Tired of paying someone else $80 -$100 or more just to grind up your deer? A Quality made Meat Grinder is a great investment and will quickly pay for its self and can save you money and feed your family plus do a whole lot more in the process!

These simple tips and techniques will make your wild game burger taste delicious and last twice as long in the freezer! From Six months to one year after your hunt, you can still enjoy the healthful taste of a variety of meats. You no longer have to spend $$$ to have your Deer, Elk, Caribou or Moose processed into a commercial burger, just do it yourself and save. Add those onions and peppers plus the spices of your choice, and have the taste and satisfaction of success! Done your way—the way You like It!

You can even combine small game such as rabbit, squirrel, raccoon and beaver into a high priced delicacy just like those fancy restaurants and other cultures do around the world. It just depends on what combination you think of and how you want to go about it. With a meat grinder and the right spices and herbs, you can do it!

Waterfowl meat, Turkey meat, chicken and other choice cuts can also be processed this simple way with limited resources and experience. What can you think of?

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